Petition brings Sunday improvements but Labour argues more needs to be done
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First public appearance by the Trust's new boss takes place at Labour's Act on Ambulances meeting.
Denise Burke is North Norfolk Labour Party's candidate for the 2015 General Election.
North Norfolk Labour Party have launched a petition calling for flood defences to be reinstated and improved in North Norfolk.
There would be economic benefits in putting on later evening trains on the Bittern Line, the party has argued.
New figures from the latest NHS England GP Patient Survey reveal that patients in North Norfolk are waiting the longest in the region to see their GP.
The Labour Party has said that voters need a proper debate about the future of the NHS and that the British public have never given their consent for it.
Throughout June and July Denise Burke has been meeting voters in North Norfolk and listening to their concerns and issues in weekly street stalls.
Labour's candidate for North Norfolk reunites with her fellow contestants from Come Dine With Me North Norfolk at Rock Bodham on Saturday.
A Labour MP has criticised the salary of the region’s ambulance chief after he received a £50k pay rise for taking on the role of part-time.
A welcome for 4G investment in North Norfolk, but Labour is urging companies not to lose track of ensuring 100% basic coverage in rural areas.
Labour's Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for North Norfolk, Denise Burke, has expressed concern about a shortfall in funding for the Norfolk 111 service.
Labour’s Protect Our Coast campaigners have welcomed reports that the Environment Agency should be able to reinstate flood defences after last year’s surge.
The ambulance trust is to receive a cash injection of up to £15 million from local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) within the NHS.
Labour has welcomed a partial u-turn over car parking fees from the Tories at North Norfolk District Council, but argue that it is ‘long overdue’.
Labour campaigners have welcomed talk of trains running 20 minutes later on Friday and Saturday from next year but want to see more improvements.
Holidaymakers will no longer face rip-off charges for using their mobile phones abroad following a vote in the European Parliament.
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